Let’s start again

Collins Chu

Put it together.

The Mayans and Egyptians had help from intelligent life.

How else would two civilizations – one stuck in a desert, the other swallowed in a rainforest – both decide to build pyramids that were accurate depictions of the solar system?

“Let’s give ‘em a little hint, on the offside chance that intelligent life will take hold,” the Visitors proposed to the funders of the expedition back in the home solar system.

“Fat chance of that. Let’s see what happens when we give them an ultimatum. An expiration date.”

The Mayans got the prize, while the Egyptians went in the other direction, letting the one percent make slaves build massive pointy things to hold their bodies and belongings.  After all, the Cayman Islands had not been discovered yet.

The Mayans made a calendar that predicts the approximate length of each of the 12 astrological ages.  If you choose this theory [is gravity a theory?] then we are indeed at the dawn of a new age today, December 21, 2012. I found this information on the Internet, so it’s gotta be true.

Make something nice today. Start something good. Whatever you do will stick to your behind like glue.

It’s Aquarius, pal. Regulus [the star that nods to the colon regimen] moves out of the sign Leo and into Virgo.

We now have another 26,000 years, give or take a few hundred, before the next jolt.

Use your time wisely. This is not a dress rehearsal.

Happy Holidays to everyone. I didn’t take Christ out of Christmas. The retailers did. My Holiday means Holy Day. Make yours count.

PS. Collins Chu was a fabulously creative ad agency in the early 1990s. I have no idea where they are today, but I still have their holiday promo pin. No.L.

PPS. As for intelligent life, I don’t see very much from posts from “Freedom” and “Keep My 2nd Amendment” tags these days on Facebook. Maybe it will be the end for them? What do YOU THINK? There will be a test.

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